I've actually been thinking about this for a while. Here are some of the more sensible names I've come up with.
Jeff DaVanon:Switch hitter, draws a lot of walks, good enough defensively to play CF, and has decent speed. Offers very little in the way of power hitting. Arizona has Chris Young and Carlos Quentin waiting in the wings, so you would have to think they can afford to move an outfielder and DaVanon is only platooning with Byrnes right now.
Eric Hinske: Decent left handed bat, knows how to take a walk, can player 3B, 1B or a somewhat crappy outfield. Somewhat useless vs LHP. Toronto doesn't really seem to have much use for him, so he's stuck in a utility role. Maybe they'd move him?
Carl Crawford: He's about the perfect fit, but he's too expensive. I saw the Anaheim-TB rumors and thought I'd mention him. I would assume it starts at Zumaya or Verlander and that's not happening.
Jose Cruz Jr.: Seems like the LAD are getting a little crowded in the OF with Kemp making a splash. Cruz is a switch hitter, draws a lot of walks, has decent power, and is solid defensively. But he K's a ton and seems to be a much better hitter from the right side of the plate. I don't really think he would work.
Geoff Jenkins: RHP-masher with power. K's a lot, is fragile and isn't good at all vs LHP.
Raul Ibanez: good left handed bat, plays LF and 1B, draws walks. Not a ton of power, isn't all that great vs LHP, and may not be available at the moment.
Sean Casey: very good left handed bat, great plate discipline. Limited to first base and doesn't have much power and I worry about his durability. Pittsburgh isn't a contender. He almost HAS to be available.